What costs are covered?
In short, all costs associated with getting your EV charging stations installed are eligible, with the exception of those listed below. Yes, this includes equipment, labour, engineering, and infrastructure! See all eligible costs
What are the requirements for where the stations are installed? Do they need to be open to the public?
Our goal with the EV Station Fund is to provide charging opportunities to those who do not have a garage at their home in which to install a charging station. Therefore, eligible site types for this program include Multi-Unit Residential Buildings (MURBs), Public Places, and Workplaces in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). All eligible site types
Installation sites are not required to be “open to the public”, except for the Public Parking Lots and Public On-Street Parking definitions listed below. Parking and charging at any of these locations can be paid or free.
Organizations can apply for funding for between 1 and 20 stations across any number of installation sites. The stations need to be operational at the end of the project to be eligible for reimbursement.
What are the requirements for the charging stations?
Projects funded through the EV Station Fund must be new, permanent installations of networked EV charging stations. Applicants can use any manufacturer or model which meets their needs including dual-port, pay-as-you-go, mounted models, etc.
Organizations can apply for funding for between 1 and 20 stations across any number of installation sites. The stations need to be operational at the end of the project to be eligible for reimbursement. Full list of criteria